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The Bleeds

The Bleeds

“I like to take my breakfast on the veranda, in the humid morning air, while reading The Nation. That way I know exactly how to abuse its editor during our daily exchange. A national newspaper, to my mind, should have priorities.”

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Written by Dimitri Nasrallah
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Document 1

Document 1

“Being armchair tourists suited us down to the ground. We used to say that it would be cool to actually go somewhere, to feel the Pimlico breeze on our skin, to go shopping in downtown Happyland, to make friends in Dirty Butter Creek.”

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Translation by JC Sutcliffe
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Yasmeen Haddad Loves Joanasi Maqaittik

Yasmeen Haddad Loves Joanasi Maqaittik

“A dusting of snow had fallen over the village and a green curtain of electric light rippled across the sky.”

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Tio

Tio

“If only he could strike a lode of silver in here and get the hell out. Get out of Potosi, and if possible, get out of Bolivia altogether.”

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Novella by Matthew Murphy
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Rhapsody in Quebec

Rhapsody in Quebec

The beauty of the world cannot be expressed in one language alone, always the same. And a poem by Anne Hébert can even speak to the goof-off seated in the last row of the class of a regular high school in a Danish village.

PETINF14-QuebecReads-Favicon-32x32Translation by Casey Roberts
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